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3 arrests follow south Forsyth robbery
strong arm robbery
Two of three men arrested in an alleged strong -arm-robbery in south Forsyth county remain in jail.

Two of three men arrested following an alleged strong-arm robbery at a south Forsyth apartment on Thursday remained in the Forsyth County Detention Center as of Friday afternoon.

Justin McCammon, a 20-year-old from Sugar Hill is being held with no bond, facing charges of robbery/strong arm and identity fraud

 Chanze Conrad Fulton, an 18-year-old from Duluth is charged with robbery/strong arm and is being held on $22,130 bond. 

Aaron Emanuel, a 22-year-old from Duluth has been released on $22,130 bond and is facing a robbery/strong arm charge. 

Officials with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office say the men were involved in a strong-arm robbery (by intimidation) that took place at the Summit Crossing Apartments on Thursday, and that the victim and suspects knew each other. 

They also say a lookout placed after the alleged robbery led to a traffic stop near the intersection of Peachtree Parkway and Sharon Road where the three were taken into custody, and that the investigation into the incident is continuing.